Liver problems are a growing problem for people in the UK, but will strengthening guidelines solve this?
Being a nurse brings many demands, whether working through an agency or as a member of permanent staff. However, temporary workers don’t just have to work effectively as part of the team, but often have to work more effectively, juggling the needs of the patients with the requirements of the role in an unfamiliar setting.
Treatment of patients with COPD is likely to change over the next few years, but how can locum doctors look to improve this?
Improved diagnostics could change the role of GPs and locum doctors in the future.
It is common for doctors, whether experienced or newly qualified, to work longer shifts than they should, sometimes without a proper break, time to rest or to eat. This obviously has a detrimental impact on the wellbeing of the doctor but also has a very real effect on the level of patient care.
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